Best-selling author Jane Feather spins an irresistible tale of romance and unlikely attraction. This is the first in a trilogy that details the romantic lives of the Duncan Sisters, three beautiful and powerful women who devote their energy to matchmaking other people. When Constance Duncan, the oldest sister, meets Max Ensor, she is instantly disgusted by his political views and his stubborn personality. She is also unable to stop thinking about him. Max and Constance's derision and their intractable complaints against the other, make them a spirited and passionate match. The listener will be spellbound by Angele Masters' performance. Her voice adds to the dynamic and exhilarating chemistry between the characters.
In this exhilarating new trilogy from New York Times best-selling author Jane Feather, a trio of spirited sisters secretly run a thriving matchmaking service. But these three good catches of impeccable pedigree have little interest in matrimony themselves - until, one by one, they meet their matches.
Constance Duncan may be the eldest of three sisters, but she has more important things on her mind than finding a husband - for herself, at any rate. Through the Personals services of her popular newspaper, The Mayfair Lady, Constance connects lonely hearts. But her own heart lies in her work, and nothing will distract her from it - until she finds herself irresistibly drawn to a man of disastrously different views.
Max Ensor is a politician whose outmoded attitudes outrage her - even as his powerful presence intrigues her. Clearly there is only one thing to do with such an exasperating man: convert him! Little does Constance know that Max has the same plan in mind for her.... What follows is a fiercely passionate duel in which two headstrong people discover that, differences or not, sometimes one gender cannot - will not - do without the other.
©2004 Jane Feather (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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"Great book, with interesting characters."
Yes, the characters are interesting and are not the usual form for a historical romance.
The bath scene- It was very surprising and definitely steamy.
A great read, where the heroins were definitely not wall flowers and were very forthright and not afraid to go after what they want.
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